Migos, Zoey Dollaz, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Tory Lanez Turn Up With Future for Nobody Safe Tour
On Thurs., May 18 Future kicked off his Nobody Safe Tour, making his second stop on Friday (May 19) at none other than the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Migos, Zoey Dollaz and Tory Lanez warmed up the stage, prepping fans for Future's performance.
Zoey Dollaz opened up the show with his hit single, "Blow A Check." Shortly after, Tory Lanez performed "LUV" and "Anyway," getting the crowd hype for what was next. Then, Migos hit the stage and the crowd lost it. The trio performed just about every track off their platinum album, Culture, including the hugely successful track, "Bad and Boujee." Migos closed out their set and the energy was enough to leave fans highly anticipating the main event.
As the lights dimmed, the crowd patiently waited for Future to bless the stage. Once the trapper rapper stepped out, it was over. The crowd went crazy as Future opened his performance with "Draco," followed by "Super Trapper." He took the crowd back for a quick minute with hits like, "Karate Chop," 'Itchin'," "Bugatti" and "Trap Niggas." Fire surrounded Future on stage as he performed "At The Same Damn Time" and the crowd sang "Stick Talk" word for word.
The HNDRXX rapper left the stage only to have DJ Esco keep the partying going. He played cuts from Casanova's "Don't Run," then brought out A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie to join him on stage. The Bronx native performed "Timeless" and did an a capella of his new single, "Drowning."
After A Boogie's appearance, Future came back on stage, with more fire, performing the track "Wicked." Fans were turnt up once again and lit up the stadium with their phones as he went into "Low Life" and "F*ck Up Some Commas." And, of course, what's a Future performance without "March Madness"?
Future closed out the show with his highest-charting solo single, "Mask Off," accompanied by streams of fluorescent lights. The "Blow a Bag" rapper delivered the club experience at a concert. From the lazer-like lights to the bursts of fire throughout the performances, the Nobody Safe Tour was full of energy and good vibes.
After the show concluded gunfire outside the of the venue was reported by attendees. The NYPD said there were no reports of gunfire or injuries. Barclays Center also released a statement regarding the claims, stating there were no shots fired inside the venue.
Despite those claims, Future put on a great show. Check out the gallery below of the Future's Nobody Safe Tour show in New York City.
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